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economic crisis

  • by Good News
Some great factor - quite possibly the economic crisis that is increasingly shaping up in Europe - will force the transformation of the European Union into a new, more tightly integrated and powerful alliance.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
In 1933 Winston Churchill chillingly warned, "No one can watch the events which are taking place in Germany without increasing anxiety about what their outcome will be." With an economic crisis now plaguing the eurozone, will Berlin's troubled history repeat itself? What is Germany's destiny? Does Bible prophecy give us any indication of where events in Europe are leading?
  • by Rex Sexton
Just over 40 years ago the United States government decided to go off the gold standard, U.S. dollars no longer being backed up by their value in gold. Four decades later we are feeling the economic crunch that comes from unwise financial practices. Jesus Christ's coming rule on earth represents the only real solution.
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
It becomes a matter of more than just passing interest that our present plight would be described in biblical terms by the chairman and executive chairman of a popular American newsweekly with an international edition!
  • by Randy Stiver
Things look bad for today’s world. But beyond that, what will the future be like for you and your family?
  • by Larry Walker
The current economic crisis affords us an opportunity to learn a vital lesson from the industrious nature of the ant, which is also the main point of the scriptural passage in Proverbs 6:6-11.
  • by Larry Walker
What can we do to survive the hard times that lie ahead? How can we plan investments that will lead us to future stability? What is your best investment?
  • by Peter Hawkins
As 2009 begins the world is again reeling—this time from the economic tsunami that is affecting the day-to-day life of every person on earth.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
The amount of U.S. debt, federal and state combined, that has been placed by government legislation on the shoulders of every U.S. taxpayer is staggering.
  • by David Treybig
The world's financial markets are currently experiencing troubled waters in what, for the most part in recent years, has been pretty smooth sailing. Following years of substantial annual increases in investment values, a market correction is now shaking the financial markets of nations around the globe.